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    Default Re: is the Dynomotion controll as confusing as it seems?

    Is the 4000 RPM the Spindle RPM or the axes motor's RPM?

    The supply voltage must be DC. Do you understand the difference between AC and DC? Regulated and unregulated?

    Is there an existing original power supply?

    Note there is also a "regenerative braking" issue to be aware of. When a mass/motor stops, mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy. The motor acts like a generator. Think of conservation of energy. The energy must go somewhere. The energy will normally be injected backwards into the power supply. Some power supplies don't like this. They like to give power but not receive it. The voltage can rise and damage the supply or the amplifier. Unregulated supplies with big capacitors are better at absorbing energy.

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    Default Re: is the Dynomotion controll as confusing as it seems?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomKerekes View Post
    Is the 4000 RPM the Spindle RPM or the axes motor's RPM?

    The supply voltage must be DC. Do you understand the difference between AC and DC? Regulated and unregulated?
    Somewhat, I know the definition of AC/DC as for what they do, not really. Regulated and unregulated, No, Ill look that up. The most training on electrical I had was when I was in the NAVY 20 years ago, but haven't worked with is sense.

    Is there an existing original power supply?
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    No. I do have 2 xtra power supplys but its 12v and 24v. The power supply I do have are AC to DC.

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